TIT


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AcronymDefinition
TITTitle
TITTitus
TITThis Is True
TITTransactions on Information Theory (IEEE)
TITTokyo Institute of Technology
TITTurbine Inlet Temperature
TITThis Is Terrible
TITThis Is Thailand (Bangkok Post)
TITTravel in Taiwan (magazine)
TITTenchi In Tokyo (anime)
TITTime in Transit
TITTeacher in Training
TITTotal Information Technology (Robin Williams)
TITTaste in Television (Married with Children)
TITTechnologies de l'Information et des Télécommunications (French: Information Technology and Telecommunications)
TITTernary Digit
TITTrotters Independent Trading
TITThe Internet Times
TITTriangle Inequality Theorem (algebra and Euclidean geometry)
TITTemperature Indicating Transmitter
TITTripura Institute of Technology (India)
TITTennessee Institute of Technology
TITTechnician Induced Trouble
TITTonino International Trading (The Netherlands)
TITTugaya Institute of Technology
TITTrotter's International Trading
TITTorpedo Impulse Tank
TITTactical Intelligence Team (Mad TV)
TITTopkatours International Travel (Istanbul, Turkey)
TITTreasurer in Trust (various companies)
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John Money took this photo of a blue tit at Scaling Dam
Their noisy approach to nest-building can also draw the attention of more common Blue and Great Tits, which then occupy the new nest hole.
Members of the public taking part in the RSPB's annual Big Garden Birdwatch this weekend could also record bumper sightings of other resident British birds such as greenfinches, great tits and long-tailed tits.
There is no sentiment about it, It will not matter how well and vigorously a male great tit may sing.
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And every member of the Tit Club had a name - there was the blue tit and the marsh tit and a coal tit.
Blue tits also did very well, but milder weather may depress their numbers later in the year if the caterpillars, upon which they feed their young, are not there at the right time because their host plants have germinated early.
The number of long-tailed tits seen by North East spotters, for example, rose by 62% compared with the previous year.
THE mild winter has benefited smaller garden birds such as long-tailed tits, experts said after numbers increased this year in an annual survey.
In the picture there's the ghostly form of a long-tailed tit.
Washington, Aug 14 ( ANI ): A new study suggests that female blue tits with brightly coloured crowns are better mums than duller birds.
The decision to commence an underwater search of the Tit Bonhomme and the immediate vicinity remains under constant review between myself, the Naval Dive Team Leader and the Coastguard," he said.